EXHIBITOR PORTALis still open! The button at the left will take you directly to the Exhibitor Information page with the ENTRY FORM link. You may have missed the deadline for being listed in the printed program, but you can still be a participant and be listed on the website! For questions, drop us a line.
Pacific Coast Air Museum (with the help of
Precision Crane) is bringing in a UH-1H "Huey" Helicopter for kids to climb in and around! How cool is that!
VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED to enable the event to move smoothly and for everyone to enjoy the day. This year we are using the SignUp program to organize the 100 volunteers that we use. Please consider being a volunteer for one three-hour shift at this fun event. Then play the rest of the day! Volunteers can be greeters, can help put ID bracelets on little kids, help disperse the crowds, provide evaluations, help with set up and break down, and be general relief to exhibitors for well needed breaks. You decide. You choose. What would you like to do?
OUTREACH -- The Volunteer Organizing Committee has fun all year, especially with our Outreach activities designed to help promote our Discovery Day. We take a couple of our exhibits to the Novato Space Festival and the Wings Over Wine Country and just have fun with the kids!
SPONSORS provide the means to support our event so everyone can attend for free! We love our sponsors! Contact Don Pierce, Sponsor Coordinator, for any questions.
KEYSIGHT TECHNOLOGIES, located in the hills of Santa Rosa, provides breakthrough solutions that help change our world. They were our very first sponsor and have continued to financially support us every year. Thank you for what you do for us, Keysight! Last year, sadly the warehouse with their Discovery Day exhibit items was inaccessible because of the fire.
COMMITTEE MEMBERS -- The Volunteer Organizing Committee is a collection of fun and exciting people. Steve Kadar is a recently retired Imagineer from Disney, and is happy to share his talents. He made a "Sound Machine" that invites kids to turn the dial to vary the sounds and then watch the changing sound wave patterns formed with the little styrofoam balls. It is like magic! Thanks, Steve!